At no instance during my review did I think that the system’s performance was too low. The Pulsar Trail 2 LRF XP50 is a high-end thermal sight, there’s no doubt about it. The models with XQ letter index are based on the 384x288 pixel thermal imaging sensor. I didn’t experience any lag or similar issues, and I didn’t discover any bugs in the software. The Pulsar Trail 2 LRF XP50 thermal scope is a new generation of thermal imaging sights with built-in precise laser rangefinder, HD AMOLED screen, video recorder, Wi-Fi module and long-life quick-change battery. Specifications for Pulsar Trail XP50 1.6-12.8x42mm Thermal Imaging Riflescope: Pulsar Trail XP50 Thermal Riflescope 1.6-12.8X50 Introduced at the 2017 Shot Show, Pulsar Trail line of thermal rifle scopes is the next step in Pulsar innovations within thermal imaging space. Image capture is based on a quality thermal imaging sensors … Pick up yours today to experience your most technologically-advanced hunt yet. Top models of the line with XP index are based on a new cutting-edge 640x480 thermal sensor. Pulsar Trail 2 LRF XP50 Thermal Riflescope – 1,970 yard detection range! Pulsar Trail product range includes two lines of riflescopes Trail XQ38/XQ50 and Trail XP38/XP50. The all new TRAIL 2 LRF is a new generation of thermal imaging sights from PULSAR with built-in precise laser rangefinder, HD AMOLED screen, video recorder, Wi-Fi module and long-life quick-change battery. This Pulsar Trail XP50 1.6-12.8x42 LRF Thermal Riflescope has all the fantastic features and so much more powered by a single lithium battery with 8 hours of runtime. Both sensors have 17 µm pixel pitch and work at 50 Hz frame rate.